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Be a part of the first annual
Social Justice Film Festival!
April 24th – 30th, 2009
at the Grand Illusion Cinema in Seattle, WA
The purpose of the Social Justice Film Festival is to highlight film and video work being done to institute change around the world. We feel the purpose of the social justice movement is to promote a global culture where equality is achieved on all levels. We are looking for works that challenge social structures all over the globe on macro and micro levels as well as works that challenge the medium.
Submit your short or feature-length work today!
The festival is a fundraiser for the Prisoners Education Network (PEN), a non-profit organization whose mission is to offer higher education opportunities to inmates in Washington state prisons in addition to educating the public on criminal justice issues. For more information on PEN please click here: <www.prisonersedu.org/index.php?n=h>
For more information please email:
Ruth Gregory, firstname.lastname@example.org